ARLINGTON, Texas -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Texans' 20-17 overtime loss to the Cowboys.
The Houston Texans led the Dallas Cowboys 7-3 when Tony Romo eluded J.J. Watt and found Terrance Williams in the end zone. Watt was frustrated after the game. "Obviously on the one I should've had a sack," Watt said. "Those are the type of things that weigh on you. ...Every team throws the house and the kitchen sink at me. That's fine. I'm fine with that. It's something I have to deal with on a weekly basis. That's why it's that much more frustrating when I'm in clean and miss a sack that turns into a touchdown."
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant's sure-handed catch over cornerback Johnathan Joseph in overtime was one on which Joseph's coverage was exactly what he needed. "Third down, man-to-man coverage. Just ran a stutter and go. Had great position. He just made a tough catch. ...I don't think I could have any better coverage than what I had on the play, but you know it's the NFL so those guys get paid. He made a hell of a catch."
"I'm not playing well enough to win the last few weeks," quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said. Fitzpatrick finished with a passer rating of 64.4 with one interception and no touchdowns. He completed 16 of 25 passes.
"Sucks," running back Arian Foster said, when asked to offer his thoughts on Sunday's loss.